The latest quarterly report from the ASPC gives a reassuring picture of local market activity, with the house price index remaining, mostly, in the positive. The change in quarterly price is +1.5%, while the annual change is -0.5%. Taken over five years, the index is marginally positive at +0.4%. While the figures are reassuring, it may well be that our local market is yet to feel the strain of the general economic background and only time will tell whether this will be reflected in the remainder of 2023. Buyers’ wariness over the short term may well affect property sales as they effectively “sit tight” to see what happens with interest rates. This may result in a sluggish Autumn/Winter market as moving plans are put on hold, but for the moment, there is still healthy demand for properties in desirable locations and in good condition.Read More
6 Craigendinnie Crescent, Aboyne, AB34 5HZ
From Aberdeen take the A93 to Aboyne. after entering the village of Aboyne continue along Ballater Road, pass the Village Green and then turn left at the community centre swimming pool into Bridgeview Road, fronm Bridgeview Road turn right into Rhu-Na-Haven Road, then take the first road on the right into Mortlich Gardens. Finally, take the first left into Craigendinnie Crescent where number 6 is clearly marked by our for sale sign.
- Electric Heating
- Double Glazing
- Mains Drainage and Water
- Three Bedrooms
- Dining Kitchen
- Off Street Parking
- Council Tax Band C
- EPC Band E
- For viewing contact Mackinnons Solicitors 013398 87665
Located at the front of the property, the lounge and the dining kitchen are adjacent to one another and connected by a door. Both rooms are of generous proportions with pleasant outlooks over the front garden.
The dining kitchen is fitted with a range of light wood effect base and wall units with contrasting dark work tops and coordinating splash backs. Integrated appliances comprise electric hob with electric oven below and extractor fan above, dishwasher and fridge. The room provides ample space for a table and chairs.
Returning to the lounge, a glazed door leads to a central hallway where a hatch gives access to the attic via a pull-down ladder. Also within the central hallway is a large walk-in cupboard with power, lighting, and a hatch to the sub floor. To the rear of the central hallway is a vestibule with door out to steps down to the rear garden.
There are three double bedrooms within the property, all benefit from fitted storage and have space for free standing furniture. The principal bedroom is off the central hallway and the other two bedrooms are off a second hallway which provides storage and has space for a free-standing washing machine and tumble dryer.
Completing the accommodation is a cloakroom WC and a separate family bathroom which has a bath with shower above, wash hand basin, WC, heated towel rail, window and an extractor fan.
Aboyne is an attractive village situated approximately 30 miles from Aberdeen. At the heart of the village is the Village Green which is the site of the famous Aboyne Highland games which are held in August each year. The village is well served by many amenities which include Primary and Secondary Schooling, a Community/Sports centre with swimming pool, an excellent 18 hole golf course, a wide selection of shops and several hotels and restaurants. There are a number of outdoor pursuits available locally which include the Aberdeen Water Ski Club which is situated at Aboyne Loch. The beautiful surrounding countryside of Royal Deeside is abundant with leisure facilities such as golf, fishing, horse riding and the Glen Tanar Country Park provides excellent walks. During the winter months skiing at Glenshee and the Lecht are within easy reach. Famous for its scenic beauty, Deeside offers unrivalled opportunities for sporting enthusiasts. The village is an easy "commute" to the city of Aberdeen, Aberdeen airport and Aberdeen’s rail and bus station.